Jan. 18, 2022. Following more than 18 months of silence in consequence of both the Pandemic and some personal, medical challenges now largely resolved, Chopin Project is back — thankfully, and enthusiastically!! We are grateful and have a new sense of Life and Being (without the limitations often baked-in) or Life’s benefits so often taken for granted — like breathing.
Several other important announcements:
- Updated website supplanting the earlier, 18th-century style website. We’re trying it out and will like your comments — especially how we can make it better — organizationally and substantively. . . what you like and especially what you don’t like. Our goal is to improve it. So it will never be completed. Sorry. We want you to come back to it, and to share it with your friends. Please explore the website in as much depth as you’d like, and please give us your feedback here!
- New releases of our Volumes 1 through 4. We have re-released Chopin Project: Rarities and Favorites, Volumes 1 through 3 and released Volume 4 — in CD format all in the last quarter of 2021.
- We are exploring new ways (new to us, anyway) of making them available for listening without charge. We’re comfortable with numerous streaming platforms including Spotify, Amazon music, Apple Music, Pandora, and many others. Try this link for readymade Playlists, or listen to individual pieces here.
- We enthusiastically announce a wonderful live concert to take place Sunday, March 13, 2022 at St. Boniface Episcopal Church, Siesta Key, Florida as Chopin Project proudly announces that Rhiannon Banerdt, violin and Matthew Graybil, piano will return to Sarasota with a duo performance entitled “Dedications and Inspirations” — the music of Beethoven, Chopin, Franck and Mozart — with fascinating backstories to beautiful and beloved works of the violin and piano repertoire. Watch this space for ticket information.